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Table shows how full Premier League grounds have been so far this season, surprise team tops list

Table shows how full Premier League grounds have been so far this season, surprise team tops list

All 20 teams in the top flight have hosted a few games this campaign now and figures have shown how full grounds have been

Luton Town are in their first Premier League campaign ever - and it seems Hatters fans are taking full advantage of their team being in the top flight.

The Hatters were promoted to the top tier of English football after beating Coventry City on penalties at Wembley in the Championship play-off final.

They joined Burnley and Sheffield United in the top flight, with the pair achieving automatic promotion as champions and runners-up respectively.

All three promoted sides have struggled to pick up wins in the Premier League as they adjust to life in the top flight compared to the Championship.

The Hatters remain in the Premier League drop zone after the first few months of the season, and have picked up only one win so far, beating Everton 2-1 at Kenilworth Road.

But according to the latest attendance figures, Luton fans appear to be making the most of their season in the Premier League by packing out Kenilworth Road.

The Hatters had to wait until the start of September to host their first Premier League game at Kenilworth Road, due to work to convert the stadium to top flight standards taking longer than expected, leading to the rearrangement of their home clash against Burnley.

Kenilworth Road, the home of Luton Town. (

And according to the latest figures from Transfermarkt, the work to transform Kenilworth Road has been worth it as the Hatters have had the most filled stadium in the division so far this season, with Liverpool boasting the lowest figures so far.

  1. Luton Town. Capacity: 10,226. Average: 10,726. 104.9%.
  2. Tottenham Hotspur. Capacity: 62,062. Average: 61,872. 99.7%.
  3. Brighton & Hove Albion. Capacity: 31,800. Average: 31,654. 99.5%
  4. Newcastle United. Capacity: 52,338. Average: 52,030. 99.4%
  5. Everton. Capacity: 39,571. Average: 39,336. 99.4%.
  6. Arsenal. Capacity: 60,704. Average: 60,073. 99%.
  7. West Ham United. Capacity: 62,500. Average: 61,645. 98.6%.
  8. Brentford. Capacity: 17,250. Average: 17,012. 98.6%.
  9. Burnley. Capacity: 21,994. Average: 21,638. 98.4%.
  10. Manchester United. Capacity: 74,879. Average: 73,493. 98.2%.
  11. Wolves. Capacity: 32,050. Average: 31,330. 97.8%.
  12. Chelsea. Capacity: 40,853. Average: 39,877. 97.6%.
  13. Manchester City. Capacity: 55,017. Average: 55,437. 97.1%.
  14. Aston Villa. Capacity: 42,682. Average: 41,096. 96.2%.
  15. Nottingham Forest. Capacity: 30,445. Average: 29,195. 95.9%.
  16. Fulham. Capacity: 25,700. Average: 24,637. 95.9%.
  17. Sheffield United. Capacity: 32,702. Average: 31,218. 95.5%
  18. Crystal Palace. Capacity: 26,047. Average: 24,667. 94.7%.
  19. AFC Bournemouth. Capacity: 11,329. Average: 10,663. 94.1%.
  20. Liverpool. Capacity: 54,074. Average: 49,904. 92.3%.

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